Photo by Tevin Stinson Author/Educator Ron Stodghill discusses his book, “Where Everybody Looks Like Me: At the Crossroads of America’s Black Colleges and Culture,” on Tuesday, Feb. 9 on the
Chronicle file photo Happy Hill Park holds activities, including a reunion of new and old residents. BY VERNOLA PURVIS JACKSON SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE I can remember as a young
Above: Greene BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Nearly 200 people came together Friday, Feb.10 to pay their last respects to Rolland Greene, a former music teacher at Carver High School.
Community members and central office personnel visited Diggs-Latham Elementary School to commemorate the 56th anniversary of the sit-ins at Kress Lunch Counter Movement. BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Earlier this
Special to the Chronicle The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has launched its 2016 Annual Campaign and publicly
Special to The Chronicle Because of the inclement weather, the Winston Salem Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority has postponed
Photo by Tevin Stinson The daughters of Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz sat down with WFU professor Michele Gillespie to
Photo by Todd Luck Thousands of donated articles of clothing filled the gym during the Martin Luther King Day event.
Photo by Judie Holcomb-Pack Volunteers work to clear brush. By Judie Holcomb-Pack For The Chronicle At first glance, the Odd
Photo by Todd Luck Dancers with Positive Image Performing Arts perform. By Todd Luck The Chronicle The N.C. Black Reparatory